About Attorney Michael Cherewka

Mike is the founder of the Law Offices of Michael Cherewka. He is a graduate of Bucknell University (B.S.B.A., Accounting, cum laude) and The Dickinson School of Law (J.D., cum laude). Mike began his career in the Tax Department of Ernst & Whinney in 1981, and has been in private practice since 1983. Mike is also a member of the Wealth Counsel.

Mike has spoken frequently on a national and regional level, and has taught programs for many companies, such as Prudential, Morgan Stanley, and many more. He is a contributing author to a Matthew-Bender Treatise, Pennsylvania Taxes, and to Strictly Business, a book explaining planning strategies for small businesses.

n addition to the professional groups and counsels he is involved with, Mike is also active on LinkedIn and Facebook.

Mike and his wife, Michele, reside in Hampden Township, along with their three children, Michael, Matthew and Meaghan.

Guardianship in Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, all individuals over the age of 18 are considered adults under the law. This poses a problem when a medical issue or handicap prevents someone from making their own decisions. In some cases, a guardianship may be considered. In this video, Nick Montagnese of Cherewka Law in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania discusses guardianship in Pennsylvania.

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IRS Update: The Disallowing of Valuation Discounts

Starting January 1 of 2017, the IRS has announced the disallowing of valuation discounts. Michael Cherewka discusses the impact of this change on small business planning, and answers questions you may have. Want to learn more? Contact us today.

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What Non-Profits Need to Know About Tax Exemptions and Federal Campaigns

As this presidential campaign continues, it’s important that non-profits and churches understand and avoid certain prohibited activities. Failure to comply could eliminate your non-profit status. This doesn’t mean that you cannot be involved, however, it means you must follow guidelines. Michael Cherewka of Cherewka Law discusses these regulations in this video.

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What to Do with an Inherited House

Generally, there are three options to choose with an inherited house: live in it, rent it, or sell it, and deciding how to proceed can be overwhelming.

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Tax Season Estate Planning

Why You Should Begin Estate Planning During Tax Season

Getting your financial and legal house in order is likely the last thing on your mind during tax season. However, starting is much easier than you think. In fact, now is a perfect time. Don’t hold this task off for later. Some careful thought and a little bit of work now can go a long way […]

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Estate Plan

New Baby? Time to Create Your Estate Plan

Creating an estate plan is often pushed back on nearly everyone’s to-do list. The reasons you might be delaying vary from lack of time, not thinking you have enough assets, not knowing how to start, or fear of contemplating death. Whatever the reason, now is the time to meet with an estate planning attorney to […]

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